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GILLINGHAM FC SEASON TICKETS 2017/18

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08:00 17th April 2017

Our one and two-year season tickets are now on sale

Gillingham Football Club have unveiled full season ticket details for our loyal supporters, with our exclusive two-year ticket offering fans the chance to secure their seat for the 2017/18 and 2018/19 campaigns for 2014/15 rates!

Don't miss your chance to support Kent's only EFL club for the best price possible; we are once again running our popular discounted early bird offer for all supporters until 1pm on Saturday, April 29. 

Our pound-saving two-year season tickets are only available to the first 1,000 applicants, so Gills supporters are advised to purchase theirs before it's too late!

Chairman Paul Scally said: "Season tickets are the lifeline of the club’s annual cash flow and underpin our player recruitment policy each year. As a result, I’d urge all supporters – be it those regulars who never miss a game or fans who currently visit us on a less-frequent basis – to show their commitment to Gillingham Football Club by purchasing their season ticket for the forthcoming season as soon as possible."

>>> Click here to download our new season ticket brochure (PDF).

Furthermore, our under-18 season tickets for the 2017/18 campaign have been reduced to just £140 during our early bird sale period, which works out at just £6 a game!

As ever, season ticket holders will benefit from a number of benefits: six FREE transfers to a guest for games that they are unable to attend, two FREE tickets for any Category B league game (as determined by the club), priority on cup tickets and discounts in the Gills Megastore. 

To purchase a season ticket, or request a seat move, visit the club's ticket office or call our customer service centre on (01634) 300000. The ticket office is open Monday to Friday (9am to 5pm), matchday Saturdays (9am to 3pm) and non-matchday Saturdays (9am to 1pm). 

Season tickets will go on general sale at 10am on Tuesday, May 2.

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